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  • ISLAMABAD - Till now, Pakistan has received only 20 ven­tilators as donation from abroad (mainly China), reveals the latest information re­garding donations available on the official website of National Disaster Development Authority. Out of these total 20 ventilators, 5 are normal ...

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  • ISLAMABAD                 -             At the time when Islamabad is in a lockdown situation and a state of fear has gripped the residents who are afraid to ...

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  • ISLAMABAD                 -              Closure of factories and industries of the capital with residents restricted to their homes to avoid outside ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - Chairman National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) gave a briefing on Wednesday, to Parliament members about the future plans and delivery of equipments from abroad to control the coronavirus pandemic in Pakistan. Lt General Muhammad Afzal, chairman NDMA, highlighted the efforts and ...

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  • Islamabad - As a step towards controlling the corona epidemic in Pakistan, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)- with the help of Army and the government- have managed to provide all the hospitals with safety equipments in order to mitigate the transmission of virus to the doctors. Talking ...

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  • ISLAMABAD               -              The disaster management authority has proposedto the government of Pakistan to convert residential hotels of major cities ...

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  • ISLAMABAD         -            A worried resident of the capital, fearing he might have caught the Coronavirus, cannot apply for the test if he has no recent travel history. Even if he is sick and ill but ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Kohsar Market - the oldest market of the capital - still pleases and attracts the elite section of our society and offers services which outsmart all other major markets of the city. The market looks more festive with all the greenery and lined-up restaurants providing sitting areas in ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Islamabad: Amid bad weather forecast for the next couple of days, NDMA, PDMA and PMD have issued warnings to the areas which are about to receive heavy rainfall with thunder and speedy winds. In most parts of Pakistan, wind storms and rainfalls are expected in the late hours of ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-PIMS mortuary - where dead bodies are kept for hygienic storage or for examination until burial or cremation - seems dirty and smelly instead of a very hygienic and clean place. However, the decades old mortuary is soon to be replaced with a new one with more freezers and better ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-The wait is over. Citizens of Islamabad can now download an application under the name of ‘City Islamabad’ which is completely functional and available on android phones. Talking exclusively with The Nation, Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad Hamza Shafqaat stated, “The ...

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  • ISLAMABAD           -          The unique hiking tracks of the picturesque Margallas in the federal capital offer a great fitness facility to young, elders, men and women equally. Scenic natural beauty of ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-The efforts by the civil administration of Islamabad against the use of plastic bags are not producing the desired results as the littering plastic is found in every nook and corner of the capital. It is not the enforcement issue alone but more importantly it demands change of social ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-The administration of Islamabad Capital Territory has introduced an e-governance step to facilitate residents of the capital to enjoy the government services with a single touch of their mobile phones.The system of e-governance has recently been introduced but not yet formally ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Centaurus mall greets vehicles more than its parking capacity resulting in heavy traffic outside its premises due to parked cars of customers on roadsides.Around 5,000 people and 2,000 to 3,000 vehicles are daily visiting the mall. However, Centaurus offers parking for only 1,300 cars. On ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-The government has in principle decided to initiate an inquiry against Mayor Islamabad for alleged corruption that Sheikh Anser categorically denies.A well-placed source at a highly designated government post revealed on condition of anonymity that the government is about to initiate an ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Coronavirus, which is spreading across the globe mainly triggering from our neighbour China, has not yet affected the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project. This was said by Federal Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar on Saturday. Talking to The Nation, he, however, ...

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  • ISLAMABAD               -           The administration of Islamabad has finalised a development project worthy of Rs600 million for the rural and suburban areas of the capital, ...

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  • ISLAMABAD                 -            The public universities of the country are facing serious financial crisis and despite the worsening financial situation of ...

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  • ISLAMABAD - The public universities of Pakistan are on a verge as they face serious financial crisis under the governance of PTI which had educational development as their major motive in their ruling manifesto.   Despite the worsening financial situation of the public universities of ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Ali, standing in the long queue at a water tanker office, has been doing this for the last couple of days - getting up early in the morning to register his complaint for water supply after hours of waiting but yet has not been lucky enough to get even a quarter of a tanker. Even now, he ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-A tug of war has intensified between Mayor Islamabad Ansr Sheikh and the newly appointed Chairman of Local Government Commission Ali Nawaz Awan with the former fearing he may be ousted while the latter insists the commission is empowered to take action against the city father. Ali, who is ...

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  • ISLAMABAD      -          Pedestrians and bikers remain at the top for causing road accidents according to an analysis of the year 2019 by Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP). Expressway and GT Road Tarnol have emerged as dangerous ...

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  • ISLAMABAD               -            “Driving is not just the handling of the steering wheel. It reflects the whole behaviour of the driver,” said head of ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Except two all members appointed by the government to establish all-powerful Local Government Commission under the Local Government Act Islamabad 2015, are pro-PTI, the ruling party. The interior ministry issued a notification with names of the members of the Local Government Commission ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-The nightmare of traffic jams in Bara Kahu before entering Expressway Murree N-75 is about to end as the government has planned the construction of an elevated 3.5 kilometre 4-lane flyover in the area. To improve the flow of traffic and to avoid the long-lasting traffic jams on Bara Kahu ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Unlike the zoo parks of Lahore and Bahria Town societies where visitors enjoy a glance of different wildlife species which are normally seen at rare moments or once in a lifetime and are therefore entertaining, Islamabad zoo requires variety of animals. Despite the availability of huge ...

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  • ISLAMABAD                  -          The government is considering a case to remove Islamabad Mayor Ansr Shaikh, who is known for his close association with former ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-Students of Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU) dread that they might get deprived of the blessing of delicious food served, at considerable prices, in the dabbas (food huts) inside the premises of the university. Quaid-e-Azam University is popularly known for its delicious food served in the ...

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  • ISLAMABAD-As Christmas is just around the corner, a poor sanitary worker in the federal capital can only dream of fulfilling the wishes of his children and family. Sanitary workers of the federal capital, mostly Christians, are still protesting for the payment of their 6-month awaited salary. Just ...

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